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March 7, 2016

“That’s it; I’m done with politics – for now!” So said a friend last week when we ventured out for our first walk-for-exercise after the February 18 vote.

 

Walking long distances – over 5km – offers one a good opportunity to reflect and mull over issues; and when you wa...

February 29, 2016

Uganda’s very long elections campaign period came to an end on Saturday February 20.
Yes, there have been district elections since and a couple more are on the way, but that is an anti-climax. All the meat and heat was with the presidential and parliamentary elections....

February 25, 2016

Last week I attended a workshop, The Dialogue for the Future, organised by the Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA) on the elections.

 

I was captivated by the session on ‘movers and shakers’ on the workshop’s second day.
A simple tool using quadrants was e...

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